coronavirus response

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Gov. Eric Holcomb signs a new COVID-19 executive order after conferring with hospitals. New student COVID-19 cases break another pandemic record. And Indiana surpasses 14,000 confirmed deaths. 

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The Indiana Department of Health added more than 5,000 new breakthrough COVID-19 cases to its dashboard Thursday. 

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eviction moratorium, which the U.S. Supreme Court ended last month, was somewhat effective in keeping people in their homes. But the state’s moratorium, in place last year during the first few months of the pandemic, was far more effective.

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There were 665 new cases of COVID-19 reported in northeast Indiana on Friday, with two new deaths--one each in Allen and Kosciusko counties.

Two more COVID-19 deaths were reported in Allen County Thursday, according to the Indiana Department of Health.

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The Indiana Department of Health is loosening its school COVID-19 quarantine policy – but only for schools that are masking up.

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Gov. Eric Holcomb’s latest COVID-19 executive order requires hospitals to share new information, but does not reimpose any statewide restrictions during the current surge of cases.

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Northeast Indiana has 9 percent of its ICU capacity remaining due to the continued surge of COVID-19.

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After months of COVID-19 deaths slowing to a trickle, the state’s daily deaths have begun to climb alongside its late-summer spike in cases. That climb has pushed the state past another grim milestone: 14,000 confirmed COVID-19 deaths.

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The state's latest update on COVID-19 in schools shows 5,529 newly reported student cases – a new record for the second week in a row.